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"Yeah, it did. There's not been many games where we've come back - granted, there's not many games when we've gone 2-0 down - but you can see how close we are as a group that everyone celebrated together, and how much it means to us, because that was a huge win. Our intensity really increased and you could see probably four of their guys cramping up, and that gave us that edge where we thought we could go after them. Even when it was 2-2, where in some games you'd probably take that after being 2-0 down, we went after them. It was great. It shows that no matter how bad we might be playing in that first half, that we can go after teams. Doing it away from home - our home record's a lot better than our away form - that's a huge win. We walked in at half-time and already knew we weren't playing enough, needed to increase it, and conceded so early as well with a sloppy goal. We had everything in front of us to do, and we did it."